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i think it's on the minds of voters across the country. tomi, we have to leave it there thank you so much for joining us this morning. >> thank you guys. >> carley: another tomi tuesday. >> todd: i will take a really long nap and go on gutfeld. a really long nap. >> carley: that is a long nap. for right now "fox & friends" starts. have a good day, everybody. >> sean: voters are headed to the polls with a number of key primaries on the ballot. >> everyone has georgia on their minds brian kemp and david perdue. >> got to get out and win, and win big. >> this race is bigger than me. bigger than brian kemp. it's about the future of our country. >> stacey abrams dissparges the state she wants to lead. >> i'm tired of hearing we are the best state in the country when this is the worst place to live. >> why are you running for governor if this is the worst place to live? >> the white house scrambling to
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put out another fire. >> forced to walk back military intervention. >> this is amateur hour at 1600 pennsylvania. >> inside out, foul. the baseball landed in a beer cup and he just the whole beer with the ball in the cup. ♪ ♪ >> georgia then it would all make sense. all eyes are on georgia, texas. minnesota. where else can we look? >> alabama. >> brian: arkansas. >> ainsley: texas. >> brian: not a lot. but i think a lot of people looking at georgia. >> ainsley: sarah huckabee sanders she will probably win. >> brian: that was it. we are out of that shot now. just the three of us for the rest of the three hours. have some commercials. >> ainsley: we will highlight all of the primaries for you today.
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it's another midterm primary day in america. >> brian: it's a big one. >> ainsley: voters getting set to hit the polls in five more states today. >> will: you heard us rattle off some georgia and texas spotlight taking center stage with big endorsement. >> brian: we also have a bush in this race. griff jenkins is in washington with the latest. set the table. >> griff: let me try to do that brian, ainsley and will. good morning, if you didn't realize it was midterm time well today you have five reasons to realize this primaries as you mentioned in georgia, alabama, arkansas, minnesota. and run off races in texas. it is the peach state that takes center stage because of that fierce battle for governor pitting incumbent brian kemp endorsed by mike pence against a trump backed david perdue both making final pitches yesterday as early voting is already surging. >> we are in a fight for the soul of our state. and that's why this family has
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been getting up every single day to make sure that stacey abrams is not going to be our governor or the next president. >> this race is bigger than me and brian kemp. it's about the if we want a it republican in 24. and conservative back this year we have to win this governor's race in georgia. >> griff: winner faces democratic party star stacey abrams who raised eyebrows when she apparently disparaged her own state. watch. >> i am tired of hearing about being the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst state in the country to live. >> also, all eyes on georgia's favorite football star herschel walker hoping to clinch the republican nod in the senate race there now, on other states, former white house spokesperson sarah huckabee sanders trying to lock in the g.o.p. nomination for the seat her father held in the governor's mansion. in alabama three republicans are in a tight race for the nomination to replace retiring u.s. senator richard shelby. they are breaking fundraising
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records there finally in texas, congressman henry cuellar is defending his democratic state against the progressive challenger as george p. bush looks to unseat ken paxton for attorney general. going to be a very interesting tuesday. will, ainsley, brian? >> will: all right, griff, thank you so much. big races across the country keep our eye on. at the top probably top of mind though is as griff mentioned georgia. it is kemp vs. perdue. it features a ticket that has herschel walker in the ticket in a anticipatory matchup down the road with stacey abrams. let's check n georgia at sally may's kitchen in brooklyn, georgia where lawrence is having breakfast with friends. hey, lawrence. >> lawrence: good morning, family. as you can see it's already filling up here. if you want to come to sally mayes you better get here before the seats are all filled up. a big race as you talked about. vopght is expected to start at 7:00 a.m. and the big battle is the trump
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endorsement vs. the pence endorsement. as you know president donald trump endorsed perdue and mike pence endorsed the incumbent brian kemp. search saying he is the one that has already beat stacey abrams. so he is best for the job and kemp is saying -- i'm sorry, perdue is saying that that kemp is a rino and shouldn't have the nomination. there is going to be a big race. what matters to voters as you guys know, inflation is hitting a lot of folks very hard, including this business. they have already had to raise their prices up by 15%. and they are expected to be able to have to do that again. so, going to be talking about that, crime and what issues are going to matter most to them when they go to cast their vote today at 7:00 a.m., guys. >> brian: i think, lawrence, they will appreciate the fact that their governor didn't lock them down. that was one of the states that said okay, we are going to trust you with the knowledge we gave you about
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covid-19. so, there's not going to be -- there is not a lot of anger that you see in other states. >> lawrence: yeah, brian, as you know. this is one of the states that stayed open. i think one of the things that we also got to have to focus on is the fact is that they got rid of that all-star game here and they said it was going to be jim crow 2.0 back here in georgia? voting is up not only for republicans but democrats as well. there is a big turnout for before election day. always so hard to get voters to show up for early voting. we are seeing record numbers. >> brian: especially in mid terms. >> ainsley: folks in atlanta are really worried about crime. if kemp doesn't get above 50% there will be a run off. we will see, he is polling better than perdue. who knows? the polls aren't always right. what's on the menu there, lawrence? anything good? >> lawrence: that's exactly right, ainsley. always hard to predict these things, but, again, as i always tell people when you go to these
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diners it is the heart beat of america. and we get that really get some type of indication although last week i cannot make a call in that pennsylvania race. because it was just so close. >> brian: no one can still. >> lawrence: i think we will get a good indication in georgia. >> ainsley: what's on the menu biscuits and gravy? >> lawrence: biscuits and gravy, everyone is telling me about that next hour i will be trying some. >> lawrence: lawrence, are you a grits guy? >> lawrence: oh, yeah. i put cheese my grits. >> ainsley: me too with a little salt. >> will: i can't imagine grits without cheese. >> lawrence: not the same. >> will: check in with you later in the hour. >> brian: we will get introduced to lawrence's tattoos. >> will: giving us great information about georgia and were you sitting there. >> brian: i have a little add problem. >> ainsley: focus on the background information.
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>> brian: voting is up 1,002,000. up significantly. and also black vote is up for republicans and democrats. so so much for jim crow 2.0. here's the thing. how weird is it mike pence with brian kemp yesterday and then the derogatory statement from the trump spokesperson about pence being washed up, totally unnecessary. that's a little bit of the drama. herschel walker is going to have a walk to get the senate seat. get the nomination. but then it will heat up against raphael warnock very comfortable in his seat. >> ainsley: trump went after kemp after the election. and then kemp is endorsed by mike pence. and he and donald trump had their falling out. george bush endorsed kemp as well. >> brian: chris christie. >> ainsley: david perdue backed by donald trump but he is not doing as well in the polls. >> will: ken paxton attorney
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general in this runoff. endorsed by president trump. we have george p. bush going up against him bringing the bush family legacy to that and name to that race. a lot of it clearly dealing with the issues affecting the american voter when it comes to gas prices and inflation. and then, when it comes to the political, as we break it up. state by state. it is a battle of all of these endorsements. >> ainsley: in your state henry cuellar against this progressive down on the border jessica sis narrow. 28 years old. she san attorney the daughter of immigrants, she is really pushing abortion rights. she is pro-abortion and he is not. he is the last last congressman a democrat he is pro-life. that is making a lot of democrat upset. but nancy pelosi still endorsed him and so did steny hoyer and james clyburn who has a lot of influence as we saw in south
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carolina but bernie sanders is endorsing the female. >> brian: bernie sanders in texas? bernie sanders i think no thank you sign there. by the way, republicans would love for cisneros to get the nomination then they would have a real shot at that seat. why are a will win that seat against a republican more than likely. cisneros will be very vulnerable. >> ainsley: i didn't think about that. >> will: one more commonality across the nation, democrats do not care to have the endorsement of joe biden. it has done nothing. in fact, one race in oregon where he did weigh in, his candidate did lose to the more progressive candidate. >> ainsley: stacey abrams, when he went to georgia, she had something else on her calendar and couldn't meet with the president of the united states. then she made the comment georgia is the worst state to live in. that has been on all of the campaign ads. herschel walker said then why are you here? why are you running for governor? she puts georgia voters down and kemp says she has gone from owing taxes to now having two houses in the state.
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surprising you would do that if you really don't like our state. >> brian: injury my hunt also trying to make history get that seat one of the poorest districts in the state he is trying to take control of that and be the congressman representing them. he is going to be joining us live. see where he is on that quest. ivy league grad with a military background. still ahead on our show, of the man accused of tackling dave chappelle sits down it jailhouse interview. will smith's slap inspired his attack. >> ainsley: is plan pain february pump. >> when it comes to gas prices, we are going through incredible transition that is taking place. god willing, when it's over we will be stronger and the world will be stronger. >> ainsley: his questionable comments as gas prices remain at record high ♪ on a steak night ♪ barbecue with the oreo shake ♪ with some whipped cream on the top, too.
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♪ >> ainsley: president biden is on his way back home to the united states to a country dealing with multiple crises, including soaring inflation. >> brian: right. as he makes his way up the stairs. biden's first step to asia as president was overshadowed by controversial comments and even more walkbacks from the white house. shall. >> will: jack question heinrich is live from tokyo with more. >> good morning. remember yesterday when the president said in no unclear terms that the u.s. military would get involved to defend taiwan if china attacked? just abandoning years of longstanding u.s. policy
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ambiguity toward taiwan? well, if you ask him about that today, it didn't happen. >> mr. president is the strategic against taiwan dead? >> no. >> could you explain? >> no. >> mr. president, would you send troops to taiwan. >> the policy has not changed at all i stated that when i made my statement yesterday that was before he made this statement and it caused such an uproar that it completely overshadowed another comment he made in the press conference when he asked if the u.s. is headed towards a recession. talking about gas prices as if the rough patch that we are working through isn't to bring them down but to go all electric. >> here's the situation. and when it comes to the gas prices, we're going through an
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incredible transition that is taking place and, god willing, when it's over, we will be stronger and the world will be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when this is over. today a gallon regular 4.59. record. diesel 5.54 a gallon. last year 3.17. releasing from the nation's strategic reserve because farmers and truckers are dependent on it the release of regular barrels of oil had no impact in bringing down gas prices yet. today the president met with indian prime minister modi. they do not have a great track record in india for human rights and notably have not condemned russia's war in ukraine each today things that reporters typically asked about. that seemed to be an annoyance to president biden. >> mr. modi.
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[shouting] >> are you disappointed? >> so the president just boarded air force one last hour. is he headed backed to the u.s. where baby formula as stocks have raised 45% nationwide. things we ask the president about if he ever takes questions from us. back to you guys. >> ainsley: i couldn't believe it's been 100 days since he had a sit-down interview. that's incredible. >> ainsley: is the white house saying why or do we know? i think we know. >> no, they are not. they are not. >> brian: walk back. walk it back anyway. >> will: i have become a big fan of jacqui's direct answers. >> ainsley: thank you, jacqui. >> will: the reason why we know is they are terrified. they are terrified how that would go if he had a sit-down interview over any unscripted prolonged set period of time.
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they are terrified. >> brian: you see the comments he had to walk back the comments in poland about our troops going inside. about putin has got to go. then we have the comments about taiwan policy hasn't changed but it has changed. you changed it yesterday. it got changed back against your will. and then you say nothing has changed. so, why is that acceptable? if it was a different president, like the previous president, that would be 24 hour news no, time for pillow commercial. >> ainsley: and we have this baby formula shortage they are testifying these nutrition, gerber and testifying in front of congress. it's gotten worse and worse. two sundays go. the sunday before we were shortage of 45%. i'm curious to know what it is today. then the gas prices, the president has asked about it and he says incredible transition. you know, we are years away from you being able to afford an electric car. but this is an incredible transition. we are getting past fossil fuels now. that's why gas prices are high. because we are on our way to
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being -- to not relying on fossil fuels. >> will: absolutely outlandish statement that we are going to be talking about more this morning. because it also plants the idea, confirms the idea in people's minds this isn't an accident. this isn't a problem. >> ainsley: this sin tensional. >> will: by design and good thing in moving us away from gasoline. tell that to the american people. >> brian: when they lay out four bills and say can i only pay two because gas prices are too high. we might tap the strategic reserves whether it comes to diesel. okay. that's going to make it another four cents less for about a month. that is your strategy? we all know what the streegd would be. operation warp speed for oil and gas would be you guarantee $06 a barrel of oil and then that would allow investment to go back into oil and gas, and then you would say i at least have a two year commitment in these oil and gas companies to get the prices down so we don't have to depend on venezuela and iran. which you just watch.
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they are going to announce the iranian deal and then the iran oil goes back on the market. >> ainsley: all right. time to hand it over to carley. she has some headlines for us. >> ainsley: i certainly do starting with the nation's crime crisis. the nypd identifying a person wanted for questioning in the subway shooting death of goldman sachs employee annual enrique question on sunday. they say they're looking for andrew abdullah of brooklyn who has been arrested 19 times before for crimes like assault, robbery, and criminal possession of a weapon. police also releasing these images yesterday of a person they say is a suspect in the shooting. it's still not clear if abdullah is the man in those photos that you see on your screen right there. to a fox weather alert. the national weather service warning people in northern texas to take cover when this super tornado touched down yesterday. storm chasers calling it an absolute monster with wind gusts up to 70 miles per hour. meanwhile, in south carolina, high winds from another possible
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twister leaving a path of destruction in the city of chesney, just three miles from the north carolina state line. johnny depp no longer taking the stand in a bitter $50 million defamation lawsuit against ex-wife amber heard in what appears to be a last-minute decision. according to the "new york post" depp plans on calling supermodel kate moss who dated him in the 90's. moss carried her after she slipped while walking downstairs while the two were in jamaica's. depp's legal team plans on having him testify again tomorrow as a rebuttal witness. the judge saying she wants to hear closing arguments by friday. those are your headlines, guys, over to you. >> ainsley: maybe we will have a decision next week. >> carley: i think everybody will be happy about that. >> brian: the judge is going to go you both lose. right? then both careers got to be over. >> ainsley: i don't know about
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that. >> brian: don't you think their careers are over? >> ainsley: i don't know. >> will: i haven't kept up and i regret that i wish there were some kind of primer and i know who is johnny depp and i know who is amber heard on fox nation starring brian kilmeade. i need to watch it. because i really do need like a greatest hits what's happened in the trial. >> ainsley: picture this the worst train wreck ever when it documents a relationship and that's these two. they never should have been together. >> brian: right. they had one friend to go listen, i will pay you to stay apart, that would have saved people a lot of trouble. so, go ahead. >> ainsley: so the attacker that -- in the will -- the attacker that got on stage with dave chappelle he was interviewed by the post. he is in this jail in los angeles or in california somewhere are isaiah lee, is he 2 years old. he is bisexual, he says he is a sexual abuse survivor he dealt with homelessness. he was triggered by chappelle's show's jokes.
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he is inspired by will smith's slap at the oscars. he said that's not right what chris rock said about his wife calling her g.i. jane. i wanted him to know next time consider first running his material by people it could affect. i wanted dave chappelle and people to know these are things that you need to be more sensitive about and not joke about and hollywood you know they say there is no such thing as bad publicity. i rap, he wants to be a rapper about things in his music and knew it would get attention. >> will: oh my gosh, this man is the voice of a generation. i am serious. i saw this last night. what he just said is indistinguishable from what you would hear on college campuses. you would hear people talking about oh those jokes are offensive and it triggered me. and you should run that by marginalized or affected communities before you go out there. this simply isn't the words of a crazy man which it is the words of a crazy man. also what kids are saying on college campuses. only is the cherry on top that he considers himself a minor celebrity because he raps on youtube.
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and so it's all such a perfect horrendous, insane symbol of where we are going. >> ainsley: saying that comedians need to first get permission before they say a joke about someone? >> brian: that's exactly. why number one, he should be the last one on the comedy show clearly he is out of his mind and doesn't understand what comedy is meant to do. so, here the thing that just shows you how self-centered to your pointed will, how self-centered this generation this 20-something is. they think it's all about them. whether it's about the cops or the pandemic or if you don't wear a mask and now if you are a comedian and you say something that might affect the community, you say you belong, to it's okay to jump on the stage because will smith did it? so he's to make it full circle and another day of publicity. i feel in some ways we're doing that. >> will: i don't want him online and i don't think you do either an entire generation. >> brian: a lot of them. >> ainsley: i hated when they did that when i was growing up.
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>> will: brian, i believe some of your kids are in the age demographic of what we are talking about. you know very well not everyone is like this, right? >> ainsley: right. >> will: what we do have to have acknowledge we have been feeding the generation this kind of stuff and older generation is responsible as well for allowing this to be planted in their minds to where to your point a lot of them. it's too common this thought process is way too common once you hit some of these younger generations. >> brian: i encourage you to watch the monologue from bill maher on friday. >> will: it's awesome. did you see it. >> brian: we should roll the soundbite. he handles this trans gender craze and why is it that it is happening on both coasts but you don't have this huge trend something like 20% of trans teens are on both coasts. but you don't have them in ohio. you don't have them in indiana. are they just -- is this something in the food that they only sell in new york and los angeles.
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>> will: or encouraged contagion encouraged by parents or schools or the culture? it's -- my favorite part and we need to get to other stuff this morning is he says kids are v. gone through stuff phases and processes and depression and insecurity throughout the entirety of human history. our first reaction can't be to elect surgery. he used a different terminology. >> ainsley: this guy back to your point about that generation. the guy stormed the stage chappelle in prison or jail he said he is now because everyone knows who he is everyone is coming up to him oh you are the one who stormed chappelle he is loving this publicity. i feel safer inside the prison now because i'm going to need to find and hire security. is he counting on being very famous because of this. >> brian: let's count on ignoring him. 28 minutes after the hour. i don't know if you know, this david letterman has got a show he tapes it when he's. probably the perfect world for him. and he gets to sit down one-on-one with the biggest stars because he is david letterman.
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one is will smith prior to the oscars. >> ainsley: season four of netflix show my next guest needs no introduction with david letterman. premiered friday with will smith. taped before the slap. he talks about how his dad abused his mom. he always felt like a coward. here is a little bit of what he said and we'll talk on the other end. >> once you drink it, you are going to see yourself in a way you have never seen yourself. one of the experiences was the individual most hellish psychologic experience of my life. sitting there, drinking. all of a sudden it's like i start seeing all of my money flying away and my house is flying away. and my career is going away. and i'm like oh, oh, i'm trying to grab for my money and my career and my whole life is getting destroyed. when i came out of it, i realized that anything that happens in my life i can handle it. i can handle any person i lose,
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i can handle anything that goes wrong in my life. i can handle anything in my marriage. can i handle anything that this life has to offer me. >> ainsley: he was talking about drinking this herschel tea that has psycho ache herbal psychedelic products. makes you started tripping. that's when he realized he saw his house and money flying away all of a sudden he heard his daughter saying can you help me he? wakes up and comes to. then he said i realized my family is what is most important but reultimately don't have control if god chooses to take someone away. >> will: a bit of a premonition perhaps for where he sits today. >> brian: a lot of that stuff is flying away. his -- the respect he has around the globe. the money, obviously. the next he has been suspended five years from the academy. i'm sure he has enough money for 25 lifetimes. but, of course, how he is viewed.
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went over to i understand i can't tell last time we'll checked. did he say that you get an idea about how he feels about his family because he watched his mom being abused and he never did anything because he was a little kid at the time. he always feels to this day like a coward. he also went ona interview to say -- he wept on the interview to be very defensive when dave letterman made a joke about his mom. quickly got. >> will: that interview as well? oh, wow. well, it's primary day in five states and georgians have set to hit the polls in about 30 minutes. jeremy hunt wants to represent the peach state in congress and joins us with his pitch to voters. ♪ ♪ the tempur-pedic® breeze° makes sleep... feel cool. because the tempur-breeze° transfers heat away from your body... ...so you feel cool, night after night. for a limited time, save up to $500 on select tempur-pedic® adjustable mattress sets. (vo) with armor all, a little bit of this...
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thomasville a lot of rural areas down in decatur and grady county. in our district, we are fighting to finally flip this district red for the first time in 100 years. amazing the outpouring of support that we have built up all around the district. no one would have thought we have come this far. we have literally started a movement of people saying we are sick of the radical elitist progressive agenda and we're ready for something new. and so we are so excite and we are just getting started. >> stanford bishop has been there together and democrats. over 100 years since republican has won this district. >> that's exactly right. the most democrat incumbent has been in office for 30 years. literally as long as i have been alive. the year i was born he was already in congress. what's amazing is that now throughout the district and after all the support and atmosphere right now for the first time our district is incredibly competitive. we're the most competitive seat
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in georgia and one of the most competitive in the nation. this is one of those key seats that we have to be able to flip if we want to take back the house. and we are ready we're up for the job. i'm telling you people are just sick. especially in the rural areas. some folks don't even have a grocery store in their city. some folks don't have wifi in our district. i mean, this is 2022 and so many people in our rural areas have been so forgotten. and they're saying look. we want people willing to stick up for us. >> brian: some people running in that state that don't seem to like it too much including stacey abrams. listen to this. >> we have to have a conversation about who we are in this state. and what we want for each other and from each other. i am tired of hearing about we are the best state in the country to do business when we are the poorest state in the country to live. >> worst state in the country to live. >> it's amazing for me you have
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somebody running for governor supposed to be the ambassador of our state and she is already criticizing and publicly shaming our state in a way like this. i think this is just so embarrassing to have someone like that who is at the top of that -- of a ticket in our state. for us, i'm telling you as republican running for congress right now and as the next generation concern. our message is very clear. we stand for our georgia values that faith, family and community. those are the values that make our state strong. that's what makes us the greatest state to live. and that's why we are going to defeat the democrat agenda this november. asking everyone to get out and vote. >> brian: right. mike pompeo given you his endorsement and nancy pelosi putting millions of dollars into bishop's coffers because that concerned about you. >> that's right. >> brian: good luck today getting the nomination and next quest to get this seat. >> thank you. >> brian: go get them jeremy hunt. meanwhile still ahead as americans feel record high pain at the pump. president biden says the transition to fossil fuels will
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i think he is being driven by the climate crowd. the climate crowd wants high gas prices so we drive less, emit less, and we are all go to electric cars and help out the environment. president biden is on that team and it shows. the problem is we don't have renewables available now to take the place of fossil fuels. so fossil fuels go straight up in price. this morning gasoline very close to 4.60 a gallon and diesel as 5.55. the next step along the process is a recession. you can't -- inflation is being driven by energy price inflation. that's what we have got. and it's driving us over the cliff towards a recession. now, the president has a political problem with that. but he doesn't appear to have a problem with the green crowd that's pushing him in that direction. >> ainsley: if you are going to take something away from me. give me something to replace it with. you can't afford electric cars. they are so expensive right now
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and no other alternative. >> that's exactly right. goes all the way back to day one of the presidency when he abandoned america's energy independent. at that point our oil production started to fall. natural gas production started to fall. and there was increased demand for it. so the price goes straight up. we are still in that inflationary spiral. and the president seems oblivious to it. i can't understand why except that he is driven by the climate crowd. >> ainsley: we talk a lot about diesel fuel. because that effects all of us it even if we're not truck drivers. we depend on them to get products to the shelves that jacks up prices if fuel costs more. is he talking about dipping into the diesel reserve. what is that. >> there is such a thing. only 1 million barrels of diesel in it. that is not very much. >> ainsley: that's a band-aid, right? >> an absolute band-aid if you release that on the east coast you may cut diesel prices 1, 2, 3 cents a gallon, maybe. but you are still very close to
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all-time record highs and it's diesel that drives energy inflation at the industrial level. that's a huge problem. >> ainsley: gas prices up for two straight weeks. the highest they have ever been. 16 cents in one week and 50 cents in one month. americans cannot afford. this inflation everybody sees. every single day you see it. you feel it. and you know you are getting your standard of living is going down because you are paying those prices. >> ainsley: you have these wonderful episodes called american built and it's on fox business prime. you can watch it tonight, right? the latest episode? it's on thomas edson. watch a clip from it. >> if you can get this done, you have got the one thing that everybody in the world wants. >> it was an all out race to light up the night. >> it opened up the world. >> it took improvisation. >> those things went out the winding. >> cunning. >> extraordinary saluda
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businessman. knap napoleon. >> lit up the night revolutionary development in america menlo park in new jersey. they went through -- the big problem was to find a filament which wouldn't burn up and they went to a couple of dozen maybe a couple hundred filaments to get the right one to mass produce the electric light bulb american invention remarkable story. >> ainsley: so glad they did. watch that tonight on fox business. if you can't get to your tv at 8:00 tonight can you also see it on fox nation. >> that is correct. >> ainsley: today you have a special guest 10:00 a.m. >> 10:00 a.m. eastern time this morning on varney and company on fox business we will be interviewing president trump. >> ainsley: okay. great, we will be watching. >> thank you so much. >> ainsley: you have to. check in with our senior meteorologist janice dean for fox weather forecast. >> it's a nice day here in. >> no a little chilly. primary states could see storms. take a look real quick. cooler temperatures ahead of
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this next cold front rather than the warmer temperatures ahead of this next cold front and see all of those cities and states. that's where we are going to be dealing with some stronger storms. those are primary states including texas, arkansas, georgia, up towards minnesota and alabama. so there's the severe storm threat including hail, damaging winds, tornadoes, especially later on today. i need you to pay close attention to your local forecast if you are going out to vote. look at the heavy rainfall just today only through the overnight. heavy rainfall could cause flash flooding in some of these areas. so that's a big concern as well. there are your temperatures. very warm across the south and very warm across california as well where we have heat advisories in effect. we will continue to keep you up to date on the primary state forecast. of course, fox weather.com will help you out as well. all right, ainsley over to you. >> ainsley: okay. thank you, janice. >> janice: you got it as she mentioned primary day in georgia. polls are set to open at the top of the hour. lawrence jones down in the peach state. self-talking to the voters. hey, lawrence. >> lawrence: hey, good morning,
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>> brian: just minutes from now the polls open in georgia and i'm tingling. [laughter] >> will: it wasn't in the prompter. >> ainsley: it definitely was not. >> brian: can i finish, please? can i stop from the top again? can we roll it back? [laughter] >> brian: just minutes from now the polls from georgia are open and i'm tingling as fierce battles are intensely watched in the nation. >> will: so are you? what do voters think? are you tingling? let's check in with lawrence jones live in sally may's kitchen in georgia. lawrence, get us on the right track. >> lawrence: lawrence my stomach is tingling too i'm hungry to get biscuits and gravy in a minute. gas prices record high also that baby formula shortage is also on folks' mind today. i want you to meet some of my friends here. i have got patsy right here. we have been having a long
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thorough conversation. you said the economy matters but also what's happening at the supreme court that's a problem for you. >> my problem is about abortion and all the leaks that come out. and i just my heart is babies it make me so upset to think about people are thinking that's okay to kill innocent babies. >> lawrence: all the protests happening at the supreme court justices' homes. >> it's ridiculous. >> lawrence: get into the georgia race. you said you voted for perdue but you learned some information and so you wish you would have voted for kemp. >> that's true. >> lawrence: you are okay with your decision because now your husband has your back and he voted for kemp? >> kemp. >> lawrence: why did you vote for kemp? >> because he has beaten abrams already. i think he is the only one who can beat her again. >> lawrence: him being able to beat abrams was a deciding
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factor for you? >> absolutely. >> lawrence: you say the number one issue for you is crime and the economy. why is that, sir? >> we have got to take our country back. crime is rampant. democrats are doing nothing about it. inflation is just sky high, gas, diesel effects everything. >> lawrence: do you think the president has an opportunity to re-set and get the economy back on track or do you think we are done for? >> i think that i could sum it up the way lara ingraham said it one night last week. you can't be wrong that often it has to be deliberate. >> lawrence: wow. guys we continue to hear about the economy being a major issue here. i want you to just talk to some of my other friends right here. sir, you were telling me that the economy is a big issue and you said that you are a proud supporter of what you call the maga king but you are not going to get between the maga king and kemp and you decided to go with kemp.
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why, sir? >> well, my daughter is in education. i think he has done for education in georgia than anybody else. perdue is a great candidate but i'm going to go it with kemp because of her. >> lawrence: you say the economy continues to be a bad thing that the folks of georgia. >> they have single-handedly destroyed it young kids coming out of school getting started. young families getting started. young families have children, can't get formula. everything is too high. me, money is running away because of the stock market. people older than me their money is running away. that's what you work all your life for. >> lawrence: my favorite quote from you today if trump was still in office, harley-davidson would be making baby formula. i send it back to you in new york. >> will: really good stuff, lawrence. >> ainsley: thanks, lawrence. more "fox & friends" coming up.
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>> carley: another big primary voters getting set to hit the polls in five days. >> todd: brian kemp working to fend off a primary challenge from david perdue. >> we got to win and win big. >> it's about the future of our country. >> we learned that border patrol released a suspected terrorist after he crossed illegally. took ice more than two weeks to go rearrest him. >> you are an open borders nation. the bad guys will figure out the way to get through. >> week two of the sussmann trial underway after more bombshells came to light as fbi
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officials are set to testify this week. >> the fbi were lying to their own field agent. >> here's the situation. >> brian: americans feel record high pain at the pump. president biden says the transition to fossil fuels will make us stronger. >> going through incredible. >> foul baseball landed in a beer cup and he just house the whole beer with the beer in the cup. ♪ make me a believer, believer. >> ainsley: look at that american flag with the hills in the background. looks like a gloomy day but i'm sure that will be pretty. alabama. good morning, everyone. ains. >> will: good morning, ainsley. >> ainsley: glad you are with us this morning brill. >> will: glad one of you are. >> brian: i'm happy. i have friction with the crew. don't worry, is he not here
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every day. >> ainsley: playful friction. >> will: i'm a man of the people the crew and i are close and we talk about you when you are not around. >> brian: you have a point of interest. you both like talking about me. >> will: it's not positive. >> brian: okay, fine. i'm going to find out what the real story is alabama is the reason we showed that alabama is on the docket today. one of five major states primaries. >> ainsley: lots of primaries that make you tingle you said in the last hour. >> brian: do you know who is probably tingling today mo brooks got to feel better about his prospects when president trump dumped him looks as those his prospects were doomed now is he surging. >> ainsley: unendorsed him. >> will: already used by chris matthew. you have to find another word to describe political elections. >> brian: gyrating? >> ainsley: no. >> will: okay. let's move on. >> ainsley: makes you excited.
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>> brian: stick to the prompter do that. >> will: you actually do gyrate. you have an energy that ji rates. it's wonderful. >> brian: thank you. >> will: the polls are now open in georgia. >> brian: i think. tight races in the peach state taking the spotlight as voters cast their ballots in five states. >> ainsley: griff jenkins is live in our nation's capital to tell us about it. >> griff: voters in five states are on deck. let me break it down primaries in georgia, alabama, and arkansas. you have got run-off races in texas. and you have a special election in minnesota it is the peach state taking center stage where early voting is surging in that fierce battle for governor pitting the incumbent, brian kemp, who has got mike pence's endorsement against the trump backed former senator david perdue. both candidates making their final pitches. watch. >> fight for the soul of our state. and that's why this family has been getting up every single day to make sure that stacey abrams
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is not going to be our governor or the next president. >> this race is bigger than me. it's bigger than brian kemp. it's about the future of our country. if we want a republican conservative back in the white house in '24 and we want a senate majority back this year, we have to win this governor's race in georgia. >> griff: the winner of the primary faces rising democratic party star stacey abrams who is apparently not fond of the state she lives. >> in i'm tired of hearing we are the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst state in the country to live. >> griff: herschel walker isr is hoping to clinch the republican nomination. now, in arkansas, former white house spokesperson sarah huckabee sanders trying to lock the g.o.p. nod for her father's old seat in the governor's mansion. in alabama, three republicans, including mo brooks as you mentioned are in a tight primary race to replace the retiring u.s. senator richard shelby and in texas a tight one land commissioner george p. bush looking to unseat incumbent ken
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packs to be for attorney general. also in texas long serving democrat congressman henry cuellar who has been critical of the administration's handling of the border defending his seat his a progressive challenger. will, ainsley and brian? >> thank you, griff. >> ainsley: check in with lawrence jones sallie mae's kitchen in brooklet, georgia. former senator in georgia. what i hear from folks inflation, crime, what's happening at the supreme court matters to them. there is a sore spot for what happened with those two senate seats back in georgia that really gave that 50/50 split in the senate. what we are hearing from voters although there is some perdue supporter there's is a lot of kemp folks here as well. they just say he has already
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proven that he can beat stacey abrams. what they are going to do in the election, i don't know how it's going to turn out. but what i'm hearing from folks right now is a lot of kemp. guys, this place right here, sally mae's they have already because of inflation have to raise their price up by 15%. and they are expected to have to do it again. that just shows you real world experience. real world application what's happening with the biden administration and how it's impacting local businesses here. i will send it back to you guys in new york. >> ainsley: okay. thank you, lawrence. if kemp is doing better in the polls, and he has to get more than 50% to prevent a run off, so hopefully we will know something tonight. >> brian: i don't know what georgia is doing with these runoffs. they hold these primaries. i know it goes history. >> ainsley: look what is happening in pennsylvania. >> brian: i know. right now dr. oz about a thousand vote lead. i'm a little surprised that dave mccormick would go lawyer up to dry to get ballots to be counted. they don't have dates on them. isn't that what democrats were
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doing last time? oh, what's this ballot? let's open it up. we can't exclude anybody. i think that's a huge problem. because now when you go to the general it's going to be tight. we know that they are going to go excuse me, i don't care if it's oz or mccormick, they are going what do you mean you can't count these ballots? didn't you just sue to make sure those ballots counted? i think it's a bad precedent. >> will: speaking of runoffs one in texas today. there is ken paxton against george t. bush. >> brian: bush is surging. in the end. paxton two investigations. might be looking at two indictments. they have held that off so far. that's what george p. bush the land commissioner has been brought up. >> ainsley: paxton the current a.g. they both have name recognition. >> ainsley: all leading towards these showdowns in the fall that will be the midterms. stacey abrams has seemingly
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given the republicans in georgia who will be running against her for governor some new fodder. she said that georgia was the worst state to live. in jeremy hunt was on "fox & friends" a little bit earlier. is he running for congress from georgia. here's what he had to say about stacey abrams' comments. >> it's amazing to me that you have someone running for governor who is supposed to be the ambassadors of our state, and she is already criticizing and publicly shaming our state in a way like this. i think this is -- it's so embarrassing to have someone like that who is at the top of that -- of a ticket in our state. for us, i'm telling you as a republican running for congress right now and next generation conservative, our message is very clear. we stand up for georgia values faith, family and community. those are the values that make our state strong. that's what make us the greatest state to live. >> brian: i mean, is he a strong candidate. and nancy pelosi is putting in millions of dollars in to try to keep stanford bishop in office.
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assume he is going to get the nomination. he is just walking around and he is finding out that these people have to drive hundreds, like 50 miles to a supermarket. it's as rural community as you get. all is he going to do is go up there, roll up his sleeve. he is a west point grad. who has got his masters. and is he going to roll up his sleeve and going to try to talk to these and try to get supermarkets in there try to get some strip malls in there to get the basic things that we have choices on a daily basis. you would be surprised how many rural communities don't even have those choices. >> ainsley: right. right it will provide jobs for those rural communities as well. herschel walker is also running for senate. if he win wins today he will run against raphael warnock in november for senate seat. he said about the stacey abrams comment he said then why are you here? why are you running for governor? she puts georgia voters down he says. then brian kemp said she has gone from owing taxes to having two houses in the state. surprising you would do that if you really don't like our state.
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>> brian: just a quick thing on the state too. brad raffensperger. has a huge problem with trump fighting on the election pushback. some say too hard. so the president picked jody highs to run against him. raffenspergerer has a lead. kemp a big lead so far. herschel walker is a big push for donald trump going to him early. in those two situations georgians are not -- even though they like trump they like their guys better it seems. >> will: this is incredibly important. when we talk about our southern border, we often, rightfully, talk about the shear number of people that are making their way across the southern border. we're going to focus on that again in just one moment. but, if you will remember a few weeks ago, maybe a month or so ago, we started talking about a number of dare watch list. coming into the country not just making it in but released into the country. can i tell you that back home in
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dallas this subject kept coming up more and more conversationally. can you believe? these are terror watch list individuals. >> ainsley: just the ones that we know. >> will: exactly. just the ones we know of. this is one we know of exclusive terrorist suspect garcia-amado, he was detained by border patrol, then released by border patrol. he was at large, i believe, for a couple of weeks before ice eventually scooped him up. but, to your point, ainsley, okay, one individual, scary, scarier, how many others are there like this? >> ainsley: is he a colombian citizen. so he was released into our country on april 18th. they put an ankle monitor device around his leg. he was then on april 21st, a few days later, flagged by the fbi. then two weeks later, they find him. they released him in yuma, arizona. they find him all the way in
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pinal less county, florida. and people are scratching their heads wanting to know why did it take so long? why wasn't he automatically on the terror list when they originally slapped that ankle device on him. ron desantis is demanding to know why dhs released a suspected terrorist in the united states and allowed him to live freely in florida for weeks? how many known suspects or terrorists has the biden administration allowed in our country. tom homan said this never would have happened under his watch. he would have been arrested within an hour. ice did not get permission to arrest this guy until may 4th 13 days after they put that ankle monitor on him and found him two days later in florida. >> brian: here is mike pompeo on what actually is happening at the border and how vulnerable we are. >> we have this many people coming across the border that are unvetted, unknown, unmarked when they come across the border. that there is no way you can prevent the very real risk you describe.
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we were always worried about terrorists coming across the border. we have seen what you saw these last couple weeks. we saw them attempt to do this. when you are an open borders nation, the bad guys will figure out the least expensive way to get through, the least costly way to get through, the least risky way to get through and today that's our southern border. this is truly dangerous for the united states. this is awful lot of ungoverned territory down there, laura. entering our country without being controlled. >> brian: amazing. the government has given up. so symbolic that the president is going to be in alaska 12:15 refrugal to come home. when it comes to the southern border he might as well stay in alaska. he has no intention of addressing it and nobody forces him to do. so you know because the border patrol says title 42 is released. at one point a judge is going to just say it's going to go. even though monkeypox might keep it in play if -- i think that might be a good thing to bring up to keep it in play. evidently it is here.
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thanks. but the border patrol says there is about 100,000 would be immigrants ready to cross our borders as soon as title 42 evaporates. 100,000. texas has their own relationship now with the mexican government tried to get control of the border. that's how pathetic it is. >> ainsley: they are having to build their own wall and talk to the mexican government because the president won't. >> brian: who does this? the vice president was told border know will do root causes. two zoom calls and one visit and doesn't pressure ecuador, el salvador, columbia. these are our allies in mexico. love president trump. >> he nkd last one lost. go in there work together. we got to stop this you know it's spring now. you know it's going to surge. do you want some of these people to stay in your countries, right? you don't want them all in my country. let's work together on this or else we are going to hold back aid. >> will: i mentioned we returned to the numbers of people coming across. you brought the number up.
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brian, 100,000. texas governor abbott says they are waiting to see if lifted. >> maybe as many as 100,000 migrants cross the border waiting to cross into the state of texas. and we, as a state, we being the local communities, represented here in this room today. they are all dealing with the enormous challenge of having a tidal wave of having people come into the community. >> brian: he is desperate to do something. and that's why he stopped everybody at the border crossing. legal crossing. he is trying to get attention to it like setting up flares in your backyard. >> will: i don't love the idea of title 42 being our. >> brian: yeah. >> will: i don't like stop gap band-aid ranking the country to make sure we have secure borders. >> ainsley: isn't that sad. >> will: i hope you don't mind me using your off air commentary on air and co-opting it for
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myself. you just said i don't know if you have seen they are remasking in new york i would say oh, 30% on the streets? >> brian: still got preschoolers. >> will: wearing masks on the streets. philadelphia putting masks back into place. so remasking here at home but lifting title 42 on the southern border. just get your logic consistent at a minimum. while you are on it fix the southern border permanently. >> brian: or try. >> ainsley: so sad they are using covid to keep title 42. it should just stay in place forever. congress should vote to keep n place forever. we can't allow'8" legals to come into our country. we are putting our kids in masks but letting them. >> brian: judge saved us twice with remain in mexico and title 42. these are things that president trump put in place in order to stop the influx while putting pressure on these other nations and convincing mexico to put 20,000 marines on their southern border all combining along with them being forced to apply for citizenship in the first country they cross into. that reduces the trafficking.
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that reduces the coyotes making all the money. not to zero but it helps everybody. but, right now, he's not trying. that's the maddening thing. it's not bad policy. it's a no policy. >> ainsley: right now it's just a band-aid and one judge is probably going to rip it off eventually. hand it over to carley for headlines. >> carley: i do including this story right here. autopsy reveals carbon monoxide poisoning to blame for the deaths of three american tourists sandals resort in the bahamas according to a new report island. the wife of one victim was also briefly hospitalized. thankfully she has recovered. the victims' families are demanding a second independent autopsy in addition to the one performed in the bahamas. did you see this video? united airlines firing the employees seen in this footage fighting former nfl player brendan langley at newark airport over the weekend. the exdenver bronco was arrested after the brawl, which reportedly broke out after he
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used a wheelchair to transport his luggage. >> stop! united airlines says it does not tolerate violence of any kind. langley is charged with simple assault. san francisco mayor london breed and pro-lgbtq police groups are boycotting this year's pride parade scheduled next month after organizers said cops could not wear their uniform this ban stems from an incident with protesters back in 2019. san francisco mayor london breed who wants back to push defund the police is now backing the blue. she says, quote: if the pride board does not reverse its decision, i will join our city public safety department that are not participating in the pride parade. and an incredibly lucky fan leaves mlb announcers in disbelief after unknowingly
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catching a foul ball in his cup. >> the greatest additive to a beverage. the baseball landed in a beer cup and he just housed the whole beer with the ball in the cup. that's great. >> hall of fame move. >> fan so excited he elected to chug the foul ball spiked beer and not letting a drop go to waste. >> brian: nothing to cheer about all year long worst team in baseball. that's why you go to the game to catch a ball in your beer. >> carley: that's right. >> ainsley: and then drink the dirty beer got to do it though. >> will: would you chug it? >> brian: if i knew the camera was on? absolutely. >> will: if the camera is not? >> ainsley: no. >> brian: shape or wrangle it's not good without a ball in it any other beer i would do it. >> ainsley: it would be a little gross you would do it anyway. weekly reader in elementary told us that we eat a pound of bugs a
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♪ >> brian: former clinton campaign lawyer michael sussmann underway with former fbi official set to take the stand yesterday. two yesterday. sussmann a main figure in the did you remember probe charged with lying in 2016 while pushing trump russia ties while not telling about his background. >> here now to what to respect sohrab ahmari. >> welcome back. what was the most significant thing that happened yesterday? >> well, i think the most important thing that happened was the fact that we're now learning what the exact process was that allowed these fake allegations that led to one of the biggest political scandals in american history. how they made it as far as they did in the fbi, in the break down in the processes. the withholding of sussmann's identity not as some good samaritan citizen but campaign operative for the clinton campaign. that issue. the fact that the fbi at that point in the fall should have
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known that this is bogus information and, yet, as we learned, they were -- they kept the case kept going up. kept going up and was treated as this valuable important public service issue that should be investigated. >> brian: jurors saw internal fbi intelligence report that indicated the fbi viewed alpha bank as closely connected to vladimir putin. now, as a marketing contact for the trump organization, that was brought up. it should have been stopped there. if they knew sussmann's background they wouldn't have pursued it. that according to ryan gaynor who knew they had a source that told them about a link between a cyber link between alpha bank and the trump organization. but ryan gaynor said they were -- he provided two pieces of information. they said being that the name was withheld from him. he says it prevented him from sharing sussmann's identity with the chicago based agents who were charged with following up on this lead. he said if i knew that sussmann
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was hillary. i would have stopped right there. what is really crazy is. the seventh floor of the fbi was a aflutter. fired up about this server according to joseph pletka. he wrote internal message. mccabe and comey and all those on the seventh floor looked at this and said this is a great lead. >> so this reveals two things and they're related to each other. >> the first is just the shear deviousness of the clinton campaign which we now know the planting of this story, according to robby mook a senior clinton aide this went all the way up to hillary herself. by withholding sussmann's identity from federal authorities, they did a lot of damage, but the second thing and it's related, is the politicization and the breakdown inside the fbi. all the processes that should have prevented this from becoming, you know, a national psycho drama for four years,
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brian, we talked about collusion, this that. it was all nonsense. and if the fbi had been both more diligent but also less politicized and his willing to be anti-trump, perhaps we wouldn't have the psycho drama. >> brian: priestap former director for intelligence set to testify. they are thinking about calling lip lou of the "new york times." that's going to be significant. because he was the one that was shoveling this intention through saying can you follow up? we think there is a lot of there there. so the clinton camp is shoving it down the fbi's throat and shoving it by the press' throat and hopefully those worlds collide and they would and cnn and msnbc and all the networks are saying look at this russia investigation that led to the mueller probe and after two years, they should have known in two months that there was nothing there. and why mueller kept pounding this spending $40 million is beyond me. that's what's happening. that's why people got to pay attention. i appreciate it, sohrab. thank you. >> thanks for having me.
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>> brian: still ahead, the polls are open in georgia. we are heading back down to the peach state where lawrence jones is talking to voters. lawrence? >> lawrence: hey, brian, there's a big race happening in georgia. voter panel right here will tell you who they are going to vote for. during the commercial break i will have biscuits and gravy. that's coming up on "fox & friends." ♪ ♪ hot tub, why not? and of course, puppy-friendly. we don't like to say perfect, but it's pretty perfect. booking.com, booking.yeah.
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and # track tape player. seven, how many mission imoivel movies there will be. coming out yesterday. tom cruise's biggest stunt ever. cruise known for doing his own stunts drives off a cliff and sky dives in the upcoming movie. wow, guys? down to you. >> ainsley: i'm looking to see if he does all of his own stunts. tom cruise? >> brian: he was on with james cordon he actually flies his own plane. he took first 1940s fighter jet and modern one to sell his movie. >> will: were you really up watching james cordon. >> brian: i dvr i watch it when i get ready i go through see if anything is funny. james cordon with tom cruise was
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interesting. >> ainsley: nobody asked gene kelly why do you dance? >> brian: that's a great point or sinatra why do you sing? >> ainsley: known to show up super early. last one to leave the set. is he known to sign all the autographs when fans are in the audience. >> will: brian kilmeade is the tom cruise of fox news. >> ainsley: right. >> brian: that's the first time i have ever heard that people always think about him jumping on the couch with matt laura. >> will: it was with oprah he jumped on the couch and got mad at matt laura. >> brian: thank you for that. >> will: polls up in georgia in what is the most contentious and closely watched election in the nation. >> ainsley: what do you the voters think? lawrence jones is live at sally mae's kitchen in brooklet, georgia and he is there with some of the folks. hey, lawrence. >> lawrence: good morning. family. ainsley, first of all, biscuits and gravy some of the best gravy i had in my life.
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do you know what they do? like we do in the south, they use the bacon grease to season the gravy. that is the democratic, right? gerald is fired up. gerald, you say that the president should be impeached. the economy is going banana right now. >> staying out of the astronomical for gas, contradicts. i'm a fisherman also. you can't get the crickets you need. >> lawrence: this effects your business? >> and my pleasure. i'm retired and like to fish. can't get the crickets. got to have gas. >> lawrence: that's going to raise your costs up for your customers? >> well, i don't have customers. just me and my customer right here. >> lawrence: your wife? >> yeah. >> lawrence: get to the georgia race. you said you are going with brian kemp because perdue tried
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to ride trump's coat tails? >> that's correct. he is coming here tonight have no message governor kemp has experience and he has the background to show it. mr. perdue is riding the coat tail of the maga king. >> lawrence: let's ask your other half. what is the number one issue for you facing the country? >> the economy because of everything scrocketting in costs. i don't drive that often. but gas is out of control. >> lawrence: who are you going to vote for in this next elections. >> i'm going to vote for kemp. >> lawrence: why kemp. >> he has proven. he has performed. we know what he does. perdue in my opinion just sham -- he is unapproachable. kemp is approachable. you can talk to kemp but perdue has this stance, this arrogance about him. >> lawrence: bill, do you agree with that? >> you know what i think about kemp. kemp isn't for the party.
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kemp is for the people. i think that makes a lot of difference. >> lawrence: who do you think has the best chance to beat stacey abrams? >> kemp. >> kemp. >> lawrence: what matter matters the most to you facing the country right now. >> the economy. fuel, groceries. you can tell the difference when you walk in the store pump your own gas. i mean it's just way out of control. i think we are going to be in trouble here in a few months. >> lawrence: guys, we continue to hear that it is the economy, economy, economy. all the other issues are just, you know, political posturing. they care about the economy this place right here is getting ready to have to raise their price again. they raised their price 15% two months ago. you can imagine how that's going to impact their customers. it's still a packed house here though. send it back to you in new york. >> will: quick question. i know you have been making your way around talking to various people. have you met anyone yet who says david perdue? >> lawrence: my audio went out,
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will, but i think you heard me say has anyone said that they were going to go for perdue? yes, i have met two people that said they were going to go perdue. the majority of the people here and this is over 50 people that are here are saying that they are going for brian kemp because they feel like he's the guy that can beat stacey abrams because he already did it before. >> will: that's exactly what i asked. thank you, lawrence. >> brian: even though she does not admit that she lost. she said it was stolen. ains she does admit her state is the worst to live in. >> brian: interesting catchphrase. still ahead, early drafts from the national school board's association controversial letter the group wanted national guard to be deployed against parent protesters. former teacher leo terrell reacts next. >> ainsley: more families planning to carpool for first plan of the summer. how sky high gas prices are impacting our memorial day weekend. >> brian: don't hitchhike. >> brian: do not do what brian does. do not hitchhike to work.
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# >> will: troubling, more than troubling. new details reveal the national school board association plans to ask the white house for military deployment to monitor parents at school board meetings. the september 2021 draft reads: we ask that the army national guard and its military police be deployed to certain school districts and relay event where students and school personnel have been subjected to acts and threats of violence. former history and social studies teacher leo terrell joins us now. leo, good morning to you. >> good morning, will. >> will: i'm behaving. i'm always behaving. you don't have to admonish me. i always behave. this is astonishing. this is horrendous. tell me 'your thoughts on the letter and reveals a plea to bring in the national guard.
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>> the american public needs to for this. the lettist national school board, in conjunction with the fbi, the department of justice and the white house, they wanted to threaten, intimidate moms and dads who were concerned about their school-aged children's curriculum by bringing in the military. i mean, this is just unheard of. and it's all designed to promote a left wing agenda. will, look what happened in virginia. the critical race theory. the leftist wanted to control the school board. they want to federalize education. and take it away from local parents. and they were going to call parents domestic terrorists and bring in the military? what happened to our first amendment right to express our disagreement with the educational system? that's what was at issue. >> will: leo, i personally don't think this story can be
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overstated. originally when i was looking through this. draft the letter. come up with the name chip flavin interim ceo of the national school board association. he is just one individual. we can't forget department of education, miguel cardona and the white house helped draft the letter originally. so frerdz in other words federal government the biden administration helped draft a letter to call on the administration to military on parents. >> this was organized network of leftist organization. national school board. the union. listen, will, since the biden administration got into the white house, they have been trying to develop a plan to indoctrinate our children. and this is scary. as a school teacher in my 30 years of being a public school teacher and a lawyer, i have never seen this before. they want to basically brain watch our kids. with racist, leftist theory. and you saw what happened in
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virginia. even democrats rejected it. look who is in the governorship in virginia. because there was an uproar. i don't think people can really understand the magnitude of this. for them to put in a letter, military intervention. that is a threat to our country and by the way they need to go to a government class because they can't use the military in civilian affairs. ains. >> will: call parents domestic terrorists and bring in national guard all because they have objection to their children's education. >> will: thank you, leo. >> be blood to ainsley as well. i don't care about brian. brian forget him. >> will: thanks, leo. check in with senior meteorologist janice dean for our fox weather forecast. hey, janice. >> janice: big day for primary states. take a look at where we have severe thunderstorms today for parts of the gulf coast states and southern plains. rainfall texas into oklahoma
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that's going to move through arkansas and alabama and georgia. those are our big primary states. can you see the severe storm threat. hail, damaging winds, tornadoes that includes you in texas and arkansas. and that will burn across the mississippi river valley. there is your forecast for texas some of the big cities there. if you can get out to vote early, that would be my recommendations because the afternoon thunderstorms could turn severe, especially, you know, as we get into the dinnertime hours. there is georgia. not too bad if you go towards the northern part of the state. that's where i'm concerned with those severe storms later on and then alabama certainly watching you for the large hail and some heavy rainfall, maybe even some isolated tornadoes. we will keep you up to date. fox weather.com for all your latest watches and warnings. will over to you. >> will: thank you, janice. coming up skip bedell is here. he is out there where janice was. he is going to show us how to make the most -- what is that? out of our yard. that looks like a good place to watch football. ♪ when you're ready come and get it ♪ na na na na na na that
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five years ago, the life room. with the press of the button, screens roll into the room. great to go on the patio or deck, a great way to enclose the space. so you are out of the sun, right, you have full size skylights in here, out of the sun and the heat and the ho the days, a cooling and misting system, and cooling it has a heat system. and keeping the bugs and pollen out. so we want to go outside and have a patio, a picnic, but you get eaten alive by mosquitos. >> it can stand on its own. >> or goes against the house as well. press of the button you close the screen. this is premiered the first time ever seen on television anywhere in the world, this is the life room with the powered louvred roof system. right now it's fully open, you are getting light through there, like a trellis or pergola, so if
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you want sun or not, rain or snow, you can completely close it. new model right now. >> fantastic. >> ainsley: all the guys who helped build it, with four seasons. >> amazing crew. the newest thing. if you want something outside and not choose between a full shade or a little bit of light thshgs will give you protection from the rain and snow, or a totally shaded area. >> will: all this stuff sets up in a couple of days, they take care it. >> i'm actually having a room built right now at my house, super easy process. they do the design and permits, and like a kit for it. >> ainsley: how much are we talking, a couple thousand dollars? >> multiple sizes, finishes, so the prices vary. when you go on the site and they send someone to the home,
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they'll give you prices for everyone. >> skipfidel, the source for all things good. >> will: father's day coming up, how about adding a room? >> great for dad, right? >> ainsley: brian borrowed a tent for his daughter's graduation party, did he ever give it back to you? >> no, i have an extra one. >> brian: and by the way, it did rain. >> ainsley: you saved him. >> brian: always wearing the plaid and untucked. the supreme court out with more rulings, but not on the that could overturn roe v. wade. ♪♪♪
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>> minutes from now, the polls open in georgia. fierce primary battles, contentious and closely watched in the nation. >> great candidate. >> he voted for him. >> beaten abrams already, and i think he's the only one that can beat her again. >> meanwhile, stacey abrams raising abrows when she appeared to disparage the state she hopes to lead. >> tired about being the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst in the country to live. >> embarrassing to have someone like that.
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>> record high pain at the pumps, president biden says the transition to fossil fuels will make the country stronger. >> going through an incredible transition. >> the president seems oblivious. >> he scores! [cheering] ♪♪♪ >> brian: it's my turn. i thought it was will's song. i was going to say, i did mine already. will, you have the best shot. >> will: it is a beautiful sunrise over white bear lake, minnesota. this morning on "fox & friends," good morning. sweep in the nhl playoffs, what the last highlight was. sweep in the nhl playoffs, hope
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we can avoid a sweep in dallas tonight, in the nba playoffs. >> ainsley: the rangers play in hockey. try to go. >> brian: she's big into hockey. >> will: hockey playoffs. >> ainsley: you see a fight, they are the toughest guys and you can drink beer and be with your friends. >> brian: would you say this is true, will, off the ice, nicest guys, hockey players? >> will: i don't know a lot of hockey players, not a lot of guys went into hockey, i grew up in texas. >> brian: a lot of times they are not allowed into texas. >> will: that's not true, dallas stars. hockey is gear intensive and space limited, only so much ice time. >> ainsley: an if you raise your daughter playing hockey, be aware, on the road every weekend. >> brian: a lot of travelling. with almost everything now.
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soccer is nonstop. >> will: that dominates our family. >> brian: if your kid gets involved, and the further they travel on the weekends. >> ainsley: busy and occupied and possibly can get a scholarship into college. >> brian: i hope my kids were more involved in the video games so i can do my own thing. >> ainsley: you do not, said no parent anywhere. >> brian: does this camera look off? >> ainsley: very low, very low. >> brian: the polls are now open in georgia and alabama. >> ainsley: tight races in the peach state and texas taking the spotlight as voters are catching ballots in five states. >> will: updates from across the nation. >> good morning, will, ainsley and brian. polls are open in georgia and minnesota, and soon in arkansas, and runoff races in texas. and one thing to note about the primaries, just how much former president trump's endorsement power is put to the test.
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that has the peach state taking center stage, early voting is surging and the battle for governor pitting the mike pence endorsed incumbent brian kemp against trump backed david perdue, both making final pitches to voters. >> we are in a fight for the soul of our state. and that's why this family is getting up every single day to make sure that stacey abrams is not going to be our governor or the next president. >> this race is bigger than me, bigger than brian kemp, it's about the future of the country. if we want a republican conservative in the white house in 2024 and want a senate majority, we have to win the governor's race in georgia. >> will: the winner faces stacey abrams bashing the state she lives in. >> tired about hearing about country -- we are the worst state in the country to live. >> will: walker, looking.
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>> will: and sanders, for a republican nod in her father's old seat in the governor's mansion. alabama, retiring u.s. senator, mo brooks lost trump's endorsement and is now surging in the race and in texas, land commissioner george p. bush looks to unseed the trump candidate there, also in texas, watching the democratic congressman who has been critical of the administration handling of the border. defending his seat against a progressive challenger. >> speaking of the big races, nonbigger than georgia. and we have lawrence jones at sally mae's kitchen talking to
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voters. lawrence, you got me? >> lawrence: i think i got you, there we go, sorry, guys. we in the country, this is part of it, guys. good morning, family. so everybody knows perdue versus kemp. that is the big race. something i did not think i was going to hear, part of the reason why kemp is in their calculation, georgia did not close and the voters have not forgotten that, they were able to work. even though they were able to work, now they have the biden economy hitting them, crime as well as what's happening at the border. they don't like the fact that there are migrants coming into georgia, bussed in and taking away potentially jobs from the people here. it's going to be a big race. from what i'm hearing here, seems like kemp is the favorite. they still like donald trump, the maga king, as they say, are but not going to get between the
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trump-kemp fight. they think he has the best shot to beat stacey abrams and i think that matters to them the most, especially the two georgia seats they lost. back to you guys in new york. >> ainsley: what we saw in the race in pennsylvania last week, saying kathy barnette, saying she cannot win in november. that's in georgia, who can beat stacey abrams. >> lawrence: that's right, ainsley. >> brian: i looked at the cbs poll, number one story, number one concern all of you have, republican or democrat is inflation. 69% say the economy is bad, 57% are pessimistic about retirement. 77% are pessimistic about the costs of goods and services. here is what is good, jobs. 53% of optimistic they will find a better job or the right job. >> ainsley: also worried about the record high gas prices. two weeks in a row, not --
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except the president. the president does like it. that in just a minute. but first what the gas prices are today. average gas price is 4.59, again, a record high. and yesterday it was 4.59, which is the same as it is today. last year, it was 3.03. the average gas price for diesel today, 5.55. last year, 3.17. >> will: brian mentioned it, bad news for everyone, seemingly, except for president biden. in a really eye opening statement while in tokyo joe biden said well you know, there is an up side to the high gas prices. listen. >> when it comes to the gas prices, we are going through an incredible transition that is taking place, god willing when it's over we'll be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when it's over.
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>> will: going through an incredible transition. on the other side, god willing, we will be stronger, less reliant on fossil fuels. many people have watched this take place and lawrence spoke to a diner who said you cannot have that many mistakes in a row, until somebody says are they by design. joe biden giving ammunition, saying the record gas prices are not driven by incompetence by an agenda, that on the other side will transition us to an economy not based upon fossil fuels. >> ainsley: you are right, not an alternative. let me jack up the gas prices so you will not rely on your gas guzzling cars, you will buy an electronic car. no one can afford those right now and can't get them because of the chips. it's just ridiculous. there's no alternative. it's -- you know, jack up the price, then give us an alternative. we don't have one. >> brian: i was talking to, i was at a dealership yesterday
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and they were saying we have no parts for them. we have had them sitting there, they will wait a year and now come up with a new one after that. f-150 three weeks ago at ford, they had to stop taking reservations, did not have the chips and the materials. so now the new f-150, the electric. >> will: debating a volt versus an f-150. >> brian: i was trying to brag i was at dealerships, it's the story, the parts. chinese had the great idea, one covid positive, let's lock down 25 million people, shutting off ports and the fact is we have done nothing to rectify the fact when it comes to ppe, it's all made in china. when it comes to chip, taiwan and china and some in indonesia. we have done nothing about bringing manufacturing home. going to build an intel plant next year, fantastic. that's why it's going to continue the way it is.
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with the president saying oil and gas companies, i am going to fine you for not drilling on your leases. really? you just said our goal was to get off fossil fuels. you started, and say our goal is to basically destroy your industry. at the same time, you want them to invest in open fields, they could lose everything, nothing that as soon as the supply chain problem is solved the price is going to go low and you'll be trying to get destroyed. that is why they are not responding to him. >> ainsley: the president is not listening to the people we interview at the diners, i have 3 or 4 bills to pay, i can only pay two through my next paycheck and then paid again i'll pay the other two, i try to make five stops in one trip, and stewart was on and said joe biden is not listening to the folks, to you out there having a problem paying your gas bill and other bills, only listening to the progressives, the climate agenda
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crowd. >> president biden does not appear to have a real problem with high gas prices. i think he's being driven by the climate crowd, the climate crowd wants high gas prices so we drive less, emit less and all going to electric cars to help out the environment. president biden is on that team, and it shows. it goes all the way back to day one of the presidency, when he abandoned america's energy independence. at that point our oil production started to fall, natural gas production started to fall, and there was increased demand for it so the price goes straight up. we are still in that inflationary spiral. and the president seems oblivious to it. >> will: if not oblivious, excited, describing it as an incredible transition. >> brian: and talk about an opportunity, especially in pennsylvania or ohio, fracking. oklahoma and texas, fracking. now you have finland, just got cut off yesterday from natural gas from russia, and then you have the europeans desperately
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trying to get off natural gas, even the germans desperate, going to algeria, the italians are going to the u.a.e., desperate. we could be stepping up an opportunity as bad as things are to step up with natural gas. that's what the president should be doing saying i need my natural gas community to step up and help our allies in the time of war and strife and time of stress, instead he said this could be a good thing. we'll all be doing -- all be having clean burning vehicles, by the way natural gas is clean burning. >> will: i think this is a red alert story. i think it's a screaming headline everyone should know about, and that is that now we understand that an early draft of the national school board association letter, you'll remember, this was a letter that the national school board association sent to the doj, asking parents be classified as domestic terrorists for showing up at school board meetings and protesting their children's education. ok. it's important to remember here. the white house, we now know,
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helped craft that letter. they helped craft the school board -- >> brian: told them to draft it. >> will: and what did the original version ask for, the following. we ask the army national guard and military police be deployed to certain school districts and where they have been subjected to acts of threats of violence. to be clear, this is the biden administration helping draft a letter for the national school board association to ask the biden administration to deploy the military on parents. >> ainsley: and the national school board association later apologized, remember, they got caught. not only calling you the parent a domestic terrorist, they want to send in military police so make sure you don't have a say in the child's school board meetings, they want to control the school board and what your children are being taught. leo comment in on this. >> they wanted to federalize
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education and take it away from local parents and they were going to call parents domestic terrorists and bring in the military? since the biden administration got into the white house, they have been trying to develop a plan to indoctrinate our children. and this is scary, as a school teacher, in my 30 years of being a public school teacher and a lawyer, i've never seen this before. they want to basically brainwash our kids with racist leftist theories. you saw what happened in virginia, even democrats rejected it. look who is in the governorship in virginia, because there was an uproar. i don't think people could really understand the magnitude of this, for them to put in a letter military intervention. that is a threat to our country. >> brian: the war on parents, i don't think there is any question about it. intentional or not, incremental or not, overall, holistically, this is a war on parents. from the preschoolers who can't
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go to school without masks, to the, this whole pronoun teaching sex education to first, second and third graders, you actually protested that, so did disney as if it was going to be a problem and now you saw what happened in vegas last week, when the parent went up there and said excuse me, one of the kids got suspended because he didn't want to play the pronoun game, picking a pronoun. he would not identify somebody by their pronoun in 7th and 8th grade and thrown out of school for not doing that. and the average parent goes i want no part of this crap. a million have left the public school for private and charter. >> ainsley: the woman in florida, her daughter and several of her friends decided they wanted to transition and the school knew about it, they were young students, they were -- like 13 years old, 11 to 13 years old and the school knew about it and helped them transition without telling the
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parents. >> will: if you have a problem with that, you'll be classified as domestic terrorist and possibly have the national guard escort you out. >> ainsley: it seemed the parents supported the child. i want to know what my daughter is going through in school, i have a right to know, she is mine. not yours, and they were saying that they were giving the child when she goes on a field trip with her school the choice to either stay with boys or stay in a room with girls, depending how she identified. >> brian: the world is upside down. >> ainsley: the mom was world about her child's safety. >> so many reasons to vote, why we are seeing record voter turnout in georgia and other states. and the crime crisis. nypd identifying a person wanted for questioning in a subway shooting death of goldman sachs employee on sunday. looking for andrew abdullah, arrested 19 times before for assault, robbery and criminal
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possession of a weapon. and releasing these images of a suspect in the shooting. it's not clear if abdullah is the man in the photos. fox weather alert, warning people in northern texas to take cover when the super tornado touched down yesterday. storm chasers calling it an absolute monster with wind gusts up to 70 miles per hour. meanwhile in south carolina, high winds from another possible twister leaving a path of destruction in the city of chesney, three miles from the north carolina state line. johnny depp no longer taking the stand in a bitter $50 million defamation lawsuit against ex-wife amber heard in what appears to be a last-minute decision. according to the new york post, his team plans on calling supermodel kate moss who dated depp in the 1990s to testify today. she is expected to talk about how depp carried her after she slipped while walking downstairs when the two were in jamaica
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together. the judge says she wants to hear closing arguments by friday. and from rap to rapper, with a w, kanye west is bringing his vision to the happy meal. returning to instagram by posting the redesigned mcdonald's burger box. west teaming up with a japanese industrial designer for the new-looking package. the first post since being suspended from instagram in march for violating bullying policies and posts about ex-wife kim kardashian and her boyfriend. more to come on that one, guys. >> ainsley: something he wants to do. >> i don't know, they have not said anything,ha i was thinking, maybe it's something he did on his own. >> ainsley: a happy meal or package for all the burgers? >> the only picture on his
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instagram right now, you can look it up. >> brian: can you imagine looking at a happy meal box and thinking i can do it better? what else do you have to do? >> ainsley: it does not have the two handles for fingers. >> high praise for simplistic design, according to one article i read. >> ainsley: high praise for simple, ok. >> will: the super tornado, panhandle of texas, right there. my in-laws, out in cotton farming land. >> ainsley: call them and warn them during the break. >> will: i think it's over, hopefully everything is ok. >> ainsley: sure it is. emotions are high as the supreme court weighs a case that could overturn roe versus wade. >> brian: and president biden returns from asia to a new handful of crisises.
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>> could you explain? >> no. >> mr. president, would you send troops to taiwan if china invaded? >> policy has not changed at all. i stated that when i made my statement yesterday. >> will: really? your statement was so confused yesterday. president biden facing questions while wrapping up his first presidential trip to asia, now returns home to soaring inflation, number one for most people, gas prices and baby formula shortage approaching 50% off where it should be. michigan gop candidate john james joins us now.
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nobody competing against you for the seat, right? >> no, it's an open seat, and i have cleared the field and we are excited to use all of our resources, time and effort to getting qualified relevant leadership to the front. >> brian: long time -- >> experience in the supply chain, business, especially heavy blue collar, folks who work in the automotive and aerospace industry. >> brian: and the president says we will defend taiwan if china invaded and then walked it back 30 minutes later, nothing ever changed, it's insult to our intelligence. >> like he's gas lighting us. clean-up on aisle three every day. we are not stupid. we remember afghanistan and the failed botched exits. >> brian: defy all military recommendations. >> and this was the guy against taking out osama bin laden.
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his foreign policy record is terrible and getting us back to more issues with more gaffes. ineptitude is not a policy. gas prices going up, crime going up, and now baby formula out of stock, this administration has no idea what it's doing, we need to get relevant leadership to the front. >> brian: thomas freedman had lunch with president biden, and knuckle heads at fox can't put two together, and bob put together the sanctions on russia, and vladimir putin put nato together, and put sweden and finland in nato. >> our european leaders and allies have no idea what to trust. they have no idea what to believe comes out of his mouth. joe biden, on his first trip to asia and makes the gaffe if it
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was a gaffe, and so our -- >> brian: do you want his statement to say we will militarily defend taiwan to be the policy or the strategic ambiguity? >> we have to protect our allies but make sure we are strong at home first. because this administration has weakened us at home, we are in a terrible position to defend our allies. he's talking about committing u.s. troops and making sure that we can feed our troops when he can't even feed our babies at home. we need to make sure we are strong at home first and this administration is shown through regulations, through burdens putting on it, complete disregard how we are living here, and this administration, joe biden is marie antoinette and make sure we can advocate and bring positive change. >> brian: put your team together for the national election in november. are you confident you have the money, the support, you have the personnel? >> well, we are so happy with the support that we have, but we can all use more. if you want to learn more,
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johnjamesmi.com, we are moving forward to get relevant experienced leadership. my leadership in supply chain and business will provide more opportunities for folks in the district and how to keep americans safe, securing borders i have done before and i can help for it. >> brian: military and business background, you are not going to be outworked. >> that's right, not outworked. >> brian: straight ahead, police wrestle two would be shoplifters to the ground. incredible take down of the high dollar goods they were hoping to nab and the polls are open in the state of georgia. lawrence jones is having breakfast with people in the peach state. >> lawrence: big decision for voters. what issues matter to them. i've learned something new today. what did i learn? >> that you are the cheese on fox news's grit. >> lawrence: the cheese on fox news's grit.
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him with this comparison to a famous film. >> any person when it comes to the first time, second, third and the fourth time, but when they come, it becomes repetitive you remember that film "groundhog day." with bill murray. >> ainsley: starbucks is shutting down more than 130 cafes in russia because of the invasion. company saying 2,000 employees will receive six months of pay. watch this. police officers wrestle two alleged shoplifters into custody as they dart through a pennsylvania make-up store. police responding to a tip about a plan to steal 10,000 bucks of fragrances. the teens tried to stuff laundry bags full of pricey perfume bottles. it could be linked to a larger theft ring. how about that footage, guys.
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over to you. >> broad daylight. >> will: do you think we are seeing highlights of people fighting back? >> brian: i do, we have seen a lot of it. >> will: i feel more and more people have had it. they are going to fight back. >> brian: think about cops, you don't want to take out a gun, but whatever you do, don't put the hold, might be construed as a chokehold. so things when you talk about police reform, when you watch footage of them wrestling, you cannot restrict the cops from doing things to restrain a would be assailant. >> ainsley: 35 minutes after the top of the hour, primary day in georgia, voters are heading to the polls, and what might just be some of the most contentious and closely watched races in the country. >> will: what do the voters think? live with lawrence at sally mae's in brooklet, georgia.
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>> you have been fired up all morning, because of the gas prices. >> you better believe it. you know what gas is like out there? >> lawrence: how bad is it? >> it's ugly, seriously ugly. l when, a year and a half ago, i think i was paying like 2.15, i go to the station now, 4.65. and that's supposed to be helping me? i don't think so. >> lawrence: and you said in this election you are voting for kemp even though you are a trump supporter. why? >> i'm voting for kemp, i love donald trump with a passion, but i think he's wrong. >> lawrence: and you know georgia better because you live here. >> i've lived here the past 74 years, have not missed a thing. >> lawrence: and getting finer like wine. all right, sweetheart. tell me about the issues that
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matter to you the most. you said kemp did not forget about you when it came down to the vaccine mandate. >> that's true, yes, and it's -- he has done a lot for this state, he has proven his leadership. i mean, we have a lot of issues right now and i think he's the best person for the job. >> lawrence: all right, ma'am. thank you so much. the last person i want y'all to talk to, we keep hearing about them, what did you do for me lately, that's denise. what's on your mind today, what issue matters the most? >> open borders. georgia has borders, too. and i want to keep the illegal aliens out of our state and i don't want them to pedal their drugs and sex trafficking here. >> lawrence: you say it's all a part of the cartel criminal enterprise. >> yes, it's our southern border being open, and the aliens are coming everywhere. they are coming to every state
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in the country. >> lawrence: ma'am, who are you going to vote for today, you just voted. >> i voted early voting and i did vote for governor kemp. he's proven himself to be a good republican, and like during the china virus he kept our state open. >> lawrence: why does that matter to you? >> nobody went out of business. the schools opened again the next year and you know, students were able to go back to school, there was no mask mandate, but you know, it was important for our economy. and for people getting back to work. >> lawrence: thank you so much, ma'am. guys, i have enjoyed my time in georgia. it is not texas but the second home for me. [cheering] >> lawrence: last week i did not make a prediction because i did not feel safe about making it. i think kemp is going to take it, just by the folks i talked with today. back to you guys. >> brian: without a runoff perhaps, judging by your team
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there. >> lawrence: i don't think there will be a runoff. >> ainsley: only two perdues this morning, right? >> lawrence: two perdues, everyone else were kemp and they say because they know georgia most, he did not shut down the state and he has the best chance to beat stacey abrams, he beat her before. kemp lost against a democrat here in the senate and they will not forgive him for that. did i hear cowboys? ok, will. >> will: ok, look it up, lawrence. there's a reason it's called america's team. >> brian: interesting, the secretary of state prevails again over the pick by donald trump, i think that would really bother the president. >> ainsley: he's won so many others that he endorsed. >> brian: georgia is problematic, but the new election rules, jim crow 2.0, have not added up to that.
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>> i am concerned about the threats to the court's legitimacy, and making sure they don't affect their own deliberations and i think the moment they overturn roe v. wade will be a good moment. all that said, i think it's concerning to all of us that this is what the left is trying to do. left is trying to delay the decision, left is also trying to isolate those justices who might be inclined to sign on to justice alito's opinion, which is correct. >> ainsley: who do you blame for the intimidation and the violence and all the protests? >> i blame the left. i blame political activists on the left, including politicians. i blame those people who are encouraging people to show up to the homes of individual justices. in fact, i described this, predicted this in the book "saving nine," when the supreme court got around to overturning roe v. wade, intimidate the justices signing on to it, perhaps showing up at their homes.
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that's what they have done. also blame those like elizabeth warren threatening to expand the court, to pack the court, add additional seats so president biden can recreate the court in his own image. look, they despise the court because the court does not cow tow to their leftist agenda and that's a problem. >> same say they will not enforce restrictions if roe v. wade is overturned. we have some pictures of some officials who have said they are not going to adhere to this. james williams, d.a. in louisiana, and from wisconsin, sherry boston, from georgia, dana nessel, michigan, and from texas, and joe gonzalez in bear county, the district attorney there in texas. is that legal, are they allowed -- wouldn't that be illegal not to adhere to the laws? >> the interesting thing, ainsley, and i talked about this
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in "saving nine." refer to the fact one of the things so strange about packing the supreme court and the decision overturning roe v. wade, roe v. wade and a decision overturning it does not promulgate a law, affirmative law. all it's doing is saying the federal courts are not going to make the policy decision. abortion and issues surrounding it, these are policy decisions, policy decisions not reserved to the federal courts and therefore to be made at the state and local level. whether they choose to enforce their state laws with regard to abortion is something that could be handled at a state level. there is nothing about the supreme court order they would have to be enforcing. >> ainsley: senator, thank you for being on with us. >> thank you, ainsley. how is it feeling out there? >> it's a little chilly i'm not gonna lie, and gray skies. a few showers in the neighborhood, nature's wind
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machine, so that's good. let's take a look at the maps, i'll show you where we could see the potential for stronger storms. 61 in new york, feels cooler than that. 58 in kansas city and then the strong storms will push through the primary states for, you know, voting, which i'm concerned with across texas and arkansas, alabama through georgia. severe storm threat, that's where we are looking at the potential for hail, damaging winds and tornados. go early in the morning. hi, wave, where's my girl? wave, hi. there you go. >> hi mom, hi dad. >> ainsley: tell her i said hello. one school in arizona has a 100% graduation rate this year. what is their secret to success? the answer took years in the making. but first, what's coming up at the top of the hour. >> that's a great tease, i want
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>> will: first time ever, 100% of seniors at an arizona school will graduate. a huge achievement in a district where on average less than 20% of students receive their diploma. joining us now is a senior at great hearts maryvale preparatory academy and mac, what are you doing differently in the area you are, 20% graduation rate in your school, 100% graduation rate. >> yeah, thanks for having us on, and you know, i really think it's been just a testament to all the commitment and undying dedication from everybody involved from the very start.
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from the leaders and teachers that helped us find our very first students when we opened ten years back, to all the parents and their partnership throughout and all the locals, donors, community supporters and everyone to make sure every single one of our kiddos made it through the end of high school. >> will: i want to be clear, awesome inspiration but a lesson for us out there and the education system across the country. i'll ask you, resa, what makes your school different? >> well, at first i actually didn't know anything of like english, so when i came here they taught me how to like speak and write and i met really awesome people as well as the teachers and the environment is really, really -- i'm not sure, not say nice, but like excellent. not like a toxic environment, i could say. but i really like this school, and like maybe some people would
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not but i like how we have a uniform for a reason, like the classes are really well for me, mostly i love all my classes as well, so -- it's just really fun being here. >> will: yeah, i believe it's a tuition-free school, a great blessing as well. how does it feel by the way to be scheduled to graduate and what are your plans next year? >> it just feels really unreal, went by so fast. so like still processing that i'm going to graduate on saturday, and my future, like my future plans are just going to n.a.u., i'm trying to pick some things but mostly the college i want to go. >> will: we are excited for you are and your classmates, 100% graduation rate. mac, we'll leave it to you. what can other schools learn from what you guys have done? >> yeah, i think it's really important schools look at how every part of their school is working together. i mentioned the relationships
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and partnerships down to the academic program. are all the pieces working together from the academic supports to the teachers that are hired, just to the ongoing focus in the program. >> will: we are happy for both of you, the school and for you individually, and thank you for everything you are doing in arizona and sharing your story on "fox & friends." >> thank you. >> will: more "fox & friends" moments away. ♪♪ it was time for a nunormal with nucala. nucala is a once monthly add-on treatment for severe eosinophilic asthma that can mean less oral steroids. not for sudden breathing problems. allergic reactions can occur. get help right away for swelling of face, mouth, tongue, or trouble breathing. infections that can cause shingles have occurred. don't stop steroids unless told by your doctor. tell your doctor if you have a parasitic infection. may cause headache, injection site reactions, back pain, and fatigue. ask your asthma specialist about a nunormal with nucala.
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